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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | them is not due to its own defect or ~insufficiency, but to 2 1, 1 | insufficiency, but to the defect of our intelligence, which 3 1, 2 | changeable and capable of defect must be traced back to an 4 1, 12 | angelic ~intellect has no such defect. Therefore, since God is 5 1, 12 | intellect is not defective, if defect be taken ~to mean privation, 6 1, 12 | ought to have. ~But if the defect be taken negatively, in 7 1, 12 | from Him by reason of any defect on His part, but because 8 1, 19 | on this earth, owing to a defect not in the solar power, 9 1, 19 | wills, does ~not result from defect in the divine will, but 10 1, 19 | divine will, but from a defect belonging to ~the nature 11 1, 19 | be without it; and such defect accompanies all created 12 1, 19 | cause may be ~hindered by a defect of a secondary cause; as 13 1, 19 | will may be hindered by a defect of the secondary causes. ~ 14 1, 19 | power is ~hindered by a defect in the plant. But no defect 15 1, 19 | defect in the plant. But no defect of a secondary cause can ~ 16 1, 19 | or of ~being. Thus from defect of active power in the seed 17 1, 19 | good. The evil of natural defect, or of punishment, He does 18 1, 21 | misery, whatever be the defect we call by that name. ~Now 19 1, 21 | the removal of any kind of defect. Not every ~defect, however, 20 1, 21 | kind of defect. Not every ~defect, however, can properly be 21 1, 21 | called a misery; but only defect in a ~rational nature whose 22 1, 22 | wise provider excludes any defect or evil, as far as ~he can, 23 1, 22 | universally allows some little defect ~to remain, lest the good 24 1, 22 | nature; inasmuch as the defect in one thing yields to the 25 1, 22 | not on account of ~any defect in His power, but by reason 26 1, 23 | the majority of ~things; defect and evil in the minority. 27 1, 23 | is this on account of any defect in the power of God, ~but 28 1, 25 | omnipotence, not ~because of any defect in the power of God, but 29 1, 42 | growth, unless owing to a defect in the principle of generation 30 1, 48 | pain and ~fault. For every defect is a kind of evil. But in 31 1, 48 | creatures there is ~the defect of not being able to preserve 32 1, 48 | they have corruption and defect, which are evils. ~Therefore 33 1, 48 | 3]), therefore not every defect of good is ~an evil, but 34 1, 48 | good is ~an evil, but the defect of the good which is naturally 35 1, 48 | source. Hence this ~kind of defect is not an evil as regards 36 1, 49 | caused by reason of ~the defect of some principle of action, 37 1, 49 | instrumental agent; thus the defect in the movement of an animal 38 1, 49 | sometimes by reason of a defect, either of the agent or 39 1, 49 | other. But ~if there is a defect in the proper effect of 40 1, 49 | heat - this comes either by defect of the action, which ~implies 41 1, 49 | action, which ~implies the defect of some principle, as was 42 1, 49 | and ~this amounts to some defect belonging to it. Hence evil 43 1, 49 | in voluntary things the defect of the ~action comes from 44 1, 49 | to its proper rule. This defect, however, is not ~a fault, 45 1, 49 | the will acts with ~this defect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[49] A[ 46 1, 49 | evil which ~consists in the defect of action is always caused 47 1, 49 | is always caused by the defect of the ~agent. But in God 48 1, 49 | But in God there is no defect, but the highest perfection, 49 1, 49 | the evil which consists in defect of ~action, or which is 50 1, 49 | action, or which is caused by defect of the agent, is not reduced 51 1, 49 | which follows corruption and defect, ~causes by its power that 52 1, 49 | power that corruption and defect. But it is manifest that ~ 53 1, 49 | as regards what it has of defect; just as whatever ~there 54 1, 49 | cause; ~whereas whatever defect is in it is not caused by 55 1, 49 | again, in every ~species the defect of nature is in the smaller 56 1, 62 | principles, comes of its ~own defect. Hence it belongs to the 57 1, 62 | view; but it comes of the defect of liberty for it to ~choose 58 1, 62 | there is imperfection and defect in them; which is not ~admissible.~ 59 1, 63 | measure or rule; so that the defect which ~induces sin is only 60 1, 63 | defective from birth, ~through a defect in the principle of generation, 61 1, 42 | growth, unless owing to a defect in the principle of generation 62 1, 49 | pain and ~fault. For every defect is a kind of evil. But in 63 1, 49 | creatures there is ~the defect of not being able to preserve 64 1, 49 | they have corruption and defect, which are evils. ~Therefore 65 1, 49 | 3]), therefore not every defect of good is ~an evil, but 66 1, 49 | good is ~an evil, but the defect of the good which is naturally 67 1, 49 | source. Hence this ~kind of defect is not an evil as regards 68 1, 50 | caused by reason of the defect of some principle of action, 69 1, 50 | instrumental agent; thus the defect in the movement of an animal 70 1, 50 | sometimes by reason of a defect, either of the agent or 71 1, 50 | other. But ~if there is a defect in the proper effect of 72 1, 50 | heat - this comes either by defect of the action, which ~implies 73 1, 50 | action, which ~implies the defect of some principle, as was 74 1, 50 | and ~this amounts to some defect belonging to it. Hence evil 75 1, 50 | in voluntary things the defect of the ~action comes from 76 1, 50 | to its proper rule. This defect, however, is not ~a fault, 77 1, 50 | the will acts with ~this defect.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[49] A[ 78 1, 50 | evil which ~consists in the defect of action is always caused 79 1, 50 | is always caused by the defect of the ~agent. But in God 80 1, 50 | But in God there is no defect, but the highest perfection, 81 1, 50 | the evil which consists in defect of ~action, or which is 82 1, 50 | action, or which is caused by defect of the agent, is not reduced 83 1, 50 | which follows corruption and defect, ~causes by its power that 84 1, 50 | power that corruption and defect. But it is manifest that ~ 85 1, 50 | as regards what it has of defect; just as whatever ~there 86 1, 50 | cause; ~whereas whatever defect is in it is not caused by 87 1, 50 | again, in every ~species the defect of nature is in the smaller 88 1, 63 | principles, comes of its ~own defect. Hence it belongs to the 89 1, 63 | view; but it comes of the defect of liberty for it to ~choose 90 1, 63 | there is imperfection and defect in them; which is not ~admissible.~ 91 1, 64 | measure or rule; so that the defect which ~induces sin is only 92 1, 64 | defective from birth, ~through a defect in the principle of generation, 93 1, 84 | composite things, not by the defect of its organ, for the intellect 94 1, 85 | In the future life this ~defect of intellect will be removed 95 1, 89 | after the body, is due to a defect of ~the body, namely, death. 96 1, 89 | body, namely, death. Which defect was not due when the soul 97 1, 90 | even if this entails some defect, the ~artist cares not: 98 1, 90 | and to such operations. If defect exists in the disposition 99 1, 90 | well to observe that such defect arises as a necessary ~result 100 1, 91 | production of woman comes from defect in the active force or from 101 1, 95 | fact that some, through a defect of nature, are born ~weak 102 1, 95 | there would have been no ~defect or fault either in soul 103 1, 95 | above described, without any defect of nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 104 1, 96 | accomplish, by Whom the defect of nature was to be ~restored 105 1, 96 | same purpose. The second defect, as the ~Philosopher says ( 106 1, 96 | natural causes. Against this defect man was provided with a 107 1, 98 | force was not subject ~to defect, nor was there inept matter 108 1, 98 | occasioned either by a ~defect of the active force or by 109 1, 102 | dissolution of a thing arises from defect ~therein. Therefore the 110 1, 105 | understood as cleansing from ~the defect of nescience in the intellect; 111 1, 110 | by the angel, but by ~the defect in the intellect to whom 112 1, 112 | allows man to suffer some defect of punishment or of ~fault. 113 2, 4 | by way of some kind of ~defect, because, to wit, that which 114 2, 5 | perfection, which excludes every ~defect from the happy. And therefore 115 2, 18 | deprived of ~sight he suffers a defect in walking by stumbling 116 2, 18 | results from any single defect, but good from the complete 117 2, 18 | is caused ~by each single defect." Now every circumstance 118 2, 18 | increases malice, has ~a special defect. Therefore every such circumstance 119 2, 18 | always involve a distinct defect of ~its own; sometimes it 120 2, 18 | own; sometimes it causes a defect in reference to something 121 2, 19 | evil from each particular defect." Consequently in order ~ 122 2, 19 | results from ~each particular defect, but good from the whole 123 2, 20 | thing to be evil, one single defect suffices, whereas, for it 124 2, 22 | to things that pertain to defect. Because in things ~relating 125 2, 22 | in things ~that relate to defect, intensity depends, not 126 2, 22 | notion of privation and defect. Wherefore the less a ~thing 127 2, 22 | we always find some small defect, which ~afterwards increases 128 2, 22 | Now passion pertains to defect, ~because it belongs to 129 2, 28 | love of good. But ~through defect of goodness, it happens 130 2, 35 | those which tend to some ~defect. Consequently pain, according 131 2, 43 | cause of fear?~(2) Whether defect is the cause of fear?~Aquin.: 132 2, 43 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether defect is the cause of fear?~Aquin.: 133 2, 43 | OBJ 1: It would seem that defect is not a cause of fear. 134 2, 43 | are very much feared. But defect is contrary to power. ~Therefore 135 2, 43 | contrary to power. ~Therefore defect is not a cause of fear.~ 136 2, 43 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the defect of those who are already 137 2, 43 | Rhet. ii, 5. Therefore ~defect is not a cause of fear.~ 138 2, 43 | arise from strength not from defect. But "those ~who contend 139 2, 43 | Rhet. ii, 5). Therefore ~defect is not a cause of fear.~ 140 2, 43 | to the first then, some defect is, of itself, the cause 141 2, 43 | order to cause fear, this defect ~must be according to a 142 2, 43 | according to a measure. For the defect which causes fear of a ~ 143 2, 43 | future evil, is less than the defect caused by evil present, 144 2, 43 | still greater would be the defect, if perception of ~the evil, 145 2, 43 | this respect, that some defect causes fear accidentally, 146 2, 43 | so far as owing to some defect someone wishes to hurt another; 147 2, 43 | present evil; wherefore their defect exceeds the measure ~of 148 2, 44 | may be ~hindered both by defect of the instrument, and by 149 2, 44 | of the instrument, and by defect of the principal ~mover. 150 2, 45 | Para. 1/1~Whether some defect is a cause of daring?~Aquin.: 151 2, 45 | It would seem that some defect is a cause of daring. For 152 2, 45 | Therefore ~daring is caused by a defect.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] A[ 153 2, 45 | want of experience is a defect. ~Therefore daring is caused 154 2, 45 | Therefore daring is caused by a defect.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] A[ 155 2, 45 | suffering of wrongs pertains to defect. Therefore daring is caused 156 2, 45 | Therefore daring is caused by a ~defect.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] A[ 157 2, 45 | But anything pertaining to defect implies either the removal ~ 158 2, 45 | Therefore nothing pertaining to defect is a cause of daring.~Aquin.: 159 2, 45 | daring, not through being a defect, but ~through dilating the 160 2, 45 | daring, ~not on account of a defect, but accidentally, i.e. 161 2, 45 | Hence it is evident that no defect causes daring except accidentally, ~ 162 2, 47 | things seem to ~pertain to defect. Therefore defect rather 163 2, 47 | pertain to defect. Therefore defect rather than excellence makes 164 2, 47 | this kind is due to some defect. Therefore defect rather ~ 165 2, 47 | to some defect. Therefore defect rather ~than excellence 166 2, 47 | while whatever savors of defect is above all a cause of ~ 167 2, 47 | men who suffer from some defect are more easily hurt. And ~ 168 2, 47 | or subject to some other defect, are more ~easily angered, 169 2, 47 | 1/1~Whether a person's defect is a reason for being more 170 2, 47 | would seem that a person's defect is not a reason for being ~ 171 2, 47 | savor of littleness and defect. ~Therefore littleness of 172 2, 47 | Further, there is no greater defect than death. But anger ceases ~ 173 2, 47 | sight of death. Therefore defect of a person does not provoke ~ 174 2, 47 | Therefore a person's ~defect is not a reason for being 175 2, 52 | are by way of ~excess and defect: wherefore if the name of 176 2, 55 | good: for ~all evil implies defect; wherefore Dionysius says ( 177 2, 64 | conformity; while ~excess and defect take the position of the 178 2, 71 | results from ~each single defect," as Dionysius states (Div. 179 2, 72 | results from ~each single defect." Now individual defects 180 2, 73 | cause of a virtuous ~act, so defect in the reason seems to be 181 2, 73 | sin. Now the ~greater the defect in the reason, the less 182 2, 73 | that a sin is caused by a defect in ~some circumstance: because 183 2, 74 | truly good, points to a defect ~in the apprehensive power 184 2, 74 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: If the defect in the apprehensive power 185 2, 74 | the apprehensive ~power a defect that is subject to the will, 186 2, 74 | subject to the will, this defect also is deemed a ~sin.~Aquin.: 187 2, 74 | the sin of ~any power is a defect thereof. But the fault of 188 2, 74 | control. Now perfection and defect of reason are not among 189 2, 74 | This argument considers the defect in the proper act of the ~ 190 2, 74 | to the case when ~it is a defect of knowledge about something 191 2, 74 | to know: ~for then this defect of reason is not a sin, 192 2, 74 | madmen. If, however, the defect of ~reason be about something 193 2, 74 | excused from sin, and the defect is imputed to him as a ~ 194 2, 74 | imputed to him as a ~sin. The defect which belongs only to the 195 2, 74 | can always ~obviate this defect by means of its proper act.~ 196 2, 74 | through ~being a voluntary defect of the reason, or through 197 2, 77 | universal and ~particular, a defect in either of them suffices 198 2, 78 | acts, ~sometimes through a defect of the intellect, as when 199 2, 78 | and sometimes through a defect in the sensitive appetite, 200 2, 78 | does it occur through a defect ~consisting in a disorder 201 2, 78 | occasioned through some defect in the reason, as when anyone 202 2, 78 | matters of action; ~and so the defect is more dangerous than in 203 2, 78 | worst of all defects is defect of principle. Therefore 204 2, 78 | is, as it were, due to a defect which is outside the will: 205 2, 79 | being and an action with a ~defect: and this defect is from 206 2, 79 | with a ~defect: and this defect is from the created cause, 207 2, 79 | God. Consequently ~this defect is not reduced to God as 208 2, 79 | free-will: ~even as the defect of limping is reduced to 209 2, 79 | cause the ~act to have a defect.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[79] A[ 210 2, 79 | only the act, but also the defect, is reduced to man as ~its 211 2, 79 | man as ~its cause, which defect consists in man not being 212 2, 79 | nowise is He the cause of the defect accompanying the act, so ~ 213 2, 79 | is united: and so ~this defect which consists in not being 214 2, 81 | manner, say they, a culpable defect of the soul is passed on 215 2, 81 | consequence, on account of a defect in the bodily habit, as 216 2, 81 | nevertheless the fact of having a defect by ~the way of origin seems 217 2, 81 | children, unless there ~be a defect of nature: thus a man with 218 2, 85 | by subjecting it to some defect. Much less, therefore, does 219 2, 85 | to the soul, without any defect, as stated in the ~FP, Q[ 220 2, 85 | actual sin can cause a bodily defect: thus some sicken and die 221 2, 85 | nature, every corruption and ~defect is contrary to nature, as 222 2, 85 | respect corruption and ~defect in things are natural, not 223 2, 85 | forming ~man supplied the defect of nature, and by the gift 224 2, 86 | which parting causes the ~defect of brightness, just as local 225 2, 87 | sometimes irreparable: because a defect which ~destroys the principle 226 2, 87 | which result from this defect in human nature.~Aquin.: 227 2, 88 | causing an ~irreparable defect consisting in the corruption 228 2, 88 | the principles. Hence the defect of ~order to the last end 229 2, 88 | inasmuch as they both imply a defect of due order, albeit in ~ 230 2, 89 | happens on account of some defect of order, by reason of the ~ 231 2, 102 | 1~OBJ 7: Further, every defect in an animal is a step towards 232 2, 102 | have no bodily stain or defect: since men so ~deformed 233 2, 112 | The first cause of the defect of grace is on our part; 234 2, 114 | xxx). ~Secondly, from the defect of the operator; for what 235 2, 7 | but rather to the natural defect of the human intellect, 236 2, 8 | cause. Ignorance implies a ~defect in the mind, even about 237 2, 14 | arises ~from the natural defect of one who cannot see.~Aquin.: 238 2, 14 | seems to be the same as a ~defect in understanding, which 239 2, 14 | dulness of sense is a natural defect. But a natural defect is 240 2, 14 | natural defect. But a natural defect is not a sin: ~so that, 241 2, 15 | corrupted by any particular defect, as stated above (FS, ~Q[ 242 2, 18 | Hope implies a certain defect, namely the futurity of ~ 243 2, 18 | fear implies a ~natural defect in a creature, in so far 244 2, 18 | distant from ~God, and this defect will remain even in heaven. 245 2, 23 | to us, ~on account of a defect in our knowledge which depends 246 2, 23 | some sinful act. Now no defect is caused in us by ~God, 247 2, 28 | reason for taking pity is a defect in the person who pities?~ 248 2, 28 | for taking pity is not a defect in ~the person who takes 249 2, 28 | works." But there is no defect in God. Therefore a defect 250 2, 28 | defect in God. Therefore a defect cannot be the ~reason for 251 2, 28 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, if a defect is the reason for taking 252 2, 28 | those in whom ~there is most defect, must needs take most pity. 253 2, 28 | for taking pity ~is not a defect in the person who pities.~ 254 2, 28 | for taking pity, is not a defect in ~the person who pities.~ 255 2, 28 | a kind of sorrow. But a defect is the reason of ~sorrow, 256 2, 28 | why one takes pity is a defect in oneself.~Aquin.: SMT 257 2, 28 | Para. 4/4~Accordingly a defect is always the reason for 258 2, 28 | one looks upon another's defect as one's own, through being ~ 259 2, 28 | above than to supply the defect of that ~which is beneath. [*" 260 2, 28 | and better to ~supply the defect of another, in so far as 261 2, 29 | relieving of distress or defect.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[31] A[ 262 2, 30 | intended for the supply of a defect. But ~no man is without 263 2, 30 | But ~no man is without the defect of ignorance in some matter 264 2, 30 | Nescience is not always a defect, but only when it is about ~ 265 2, 30 | almsgiving to supply this ~defect by instruction. In doing 266 2, 32 | 1/2~I answer that, The defect in sin consists in its aversion 267 2, 32 | whatever ~pertains to the defect of Divine justice, but we 268 2, 34 | Further, sorrow is caused by a defect, wherefore those who are 269 2, 34 | those who are in ~great defect are inclined to sorrow, 270 2, 39 | effect, since it is due to a defect in the reason that a ~man 271 2, 45 | reason. ~Wherefore if any defect occur in this, it is most 272 2, 45 | everything, it follows that a ~defect which touches the end is 273 2, 47 | need of reason is from a defect in the intellect, since 274 2, 49 | judgment (and this is due to a defect in the intellect arising ~ 275 2, 51 | namely which are due to a defect ~either of prudence or of 276 2, 51 | results from ~each single defect." Now many things are requisite 277 2, 51 | can occur, without some defect in an act of ~the directing 278 2, 51 | directing reason, which defect belongs to imprudence.~Aquin.: 279 2, 51 | acts of reason. Thus, by ~defect of "counsel" to which {euboulia} ( 280 2, 51 | species of imprudence; by defect of ~"judgment," to which { 281 2, 51 | precipitation is due to a defect of counsel and therefore 282 2, 51 | counsel and therefore to ~a defect of thought. Therefore precipitation 283 2, 51 | completed except through a defect of reason, which is deceived 284 2, 51 | completion, is due to a defect in the reason. Now ~just 285 2, 51 | precipitation is due to a defect in the act of counsel, and ~ 286 2, 51 | and ~thoughtlessness to a defect in the act of judgment, 287 2, 51 | inconstancy arises ~from a defect in the act of command. For 288 2, 51 | sorrows (which ~points to a defect in the appetitive power); 289 2, 51 | are connected with some defect of ~reason. Now spiritual 290 2, 51 | aforesaid vices involve a defect ~of prudence and of the 291 2, 52 | sin there must needs be a defect affecting an act ~of reason, 292 2, 52 | of reason, for instance a defect in counsel or the like. 293 2, 52 | negligence ~does not imply a defect of counsel, for that is " 294 2, 52 | precipitation," nor a ~defect of judgment, since that 295 2, 52 | thoughtlessness," nor a defect of ~command, because that 296 2, 52 | Reply OBJ 1: Negligence is a defect in the internal act, to 297 2, 56 | sometimes that there is a defect in one of these, without ~ 298 2, 56 | without ~there being a defect in the other. Thus a man 299 2, 56 | there is neither excess ~nor defect, and consequently neither 300 2, 68 | and this owing either to a defect in the reason, as in the 301 2, 69 | account of some ~personal defect, either of body (for instance 302 2, 70 | wherefore an angry man suffers a defect of ~reason, and in this 303 2, 71 | measured by the gravity of the ~defect that it causes. Now backbiting 304 2, 71 | backbiting causes a most grievous defect, viz. ~blindness of mind. 305 2, 73 | derision is always some evil or defect. Now ~when an evil is great, 306 2, 73 | fun of another's evil or defect, because it is a slight 307 2, 73 | on the other hand this ~defect may be considered as a slight 308 2, 75 | Body Para. 2/4~Another defect is in respect of quantity 309 2, 75 | Body Para. 3/4~A third defect is on the part of the quality, 310 2, 75 | compensate the buyer, when the defect comes to his knowledge. 311 2, 75 | and the same applies to a defect in quantity as to a defect ~ 312 2, 75 | defect in quantity as to a defect ~in quality.~Aquin.: SMT 313 2, 75 | other reason, without any defect in ~the thing sold: for 314 2, 75 | defective goods, if such defect may occasion loss or ~danger 315 2, 75 | loss, if, by reason of this defect, the goods are ~of less 316 2, 75 | account - danger, if this defect either hinder the use of 317 2, 75 | On the other hand, if the defect be manifest, for instance 318 2, 75 | is not bound to state the defect of the goods, since perhaps 319 2, 75 | perhaps on ~account of that defect the buyer might want him 320 2, 75 | indemnity, by ~withholding the defect of the goods.~Aquin.: SMT 321 2, 75 | good and ~serviceable. Such defect ought to be stated to each 322 2, 75 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The defect in a thing makes it of less 323 2, 77 | arises from each single defect" [*Dionysius, De Div. Nom. 324 2, 80 | sorrow, namely, the human defect, the removal of which made ~ 325 2, 86 | or on account of ~some defect arising, for instance when 326 2, 86 | two ways. First, through defect of reason, as in madmen 327 2, 87 | remedy for an infirmity ~or a defect, is not reckoned among those 328 2, 87 | required as a remedy to a defect, namely, some man's lack 329 2, 87 | account of some personal defect; children, for ~instance, 330 2, 87 | on account ~of their own defect: and some there are whose 331 2, 87 | way of superabundance and defect. It is in this way ~that 332 2, 87 | adduced not on account of any defect in ~the angel, as though 333 2, 90 | arises from each single ~defect." Wherefore several vices 334 2, 92 | on the part of man, ~a defect of nature, either through 335 2, 105 | that arises from a natural defect, that is not subject to ~ 336 2, 108 | results from any single defect, as Dionysius ~asserts ( 337 2, 116 | old age and every kind of defect, ~according to the Philosopher ( 338 2, 116 | on the part of a ~human defect; a thing which human nature 339 2, 116 | its originating in ~some defect of the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT 340 2, 116 | illiberal or covetous through a defect in giving. If he gives but 341 2, 124 | sometimes it happens through a defect in the reason; thus the ~ 342 2, 127 | sought in order to supply a defect ~which is inconsistent with 343 2, 127 | shuns those that imply defect. Now it savors of excellence 344 2, 127 | other hand, it is a proof of defect, that a man thinks so much 345 2, 127 | of the ~truth indicates a defect, since it seems to be the 346 2, 127 | to complaining denotes a defect, because by so doing ~the 347 2, 142 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Every defect causes a vice, but not every 348 2, 142 | sin ~which is a voluntary defect. Hence the Philosopher says ( 349 2, 142 | it regards any kind of defect. Hence a ~man is ashamed 350 2, 142 | attestation to a person's defect, especially that ~which 351 2, 142 | that they look upon ~our defect as disgraceful.~Aquin.: 352 2, 148 | First, it may ~signify the defect itself of a man resulting 353 2, 148 | denotes not a sin, but a penal defect resulting from a fault. ~ 354 2, 148 | which a man incurs this ~defect. This act may cause drunkenness 355 2, 148 | objection regards the resulting defect which is ~involuntary: whereas 356 2, 148 | namely the resulting defect and the preceding act. on 357 2, 148 | the ~part of the resulting defect whereby the use of reason 358 2, 148 | but in the point of the defect that results from ~it, as 359 2, 155 | destroyed by excess and defect" [*Ethic. ii, ~2]. But both 360 2, 159 | such a thing contains no defect, neither in its nature nor 361 2, 159 | s. Whatever pertains to defect is man's: but ~whatever 362 2, 162 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: A twofold defect arises from sin. One is 363 2, 162 | appointed by a judge: and such a defect should be equal in ~those 364 2, 162 | pertains equally. The other defect is that which ~results accidentally 365 2, 162 | down ~in the road. Such a defect is not proportionate to 366 2, 162 | is not of God, but is a defect befalling man ~through his 367 2, 162 | bears, she suffers from the defect of barrenness, which outweighs 368 2, 166 | surely effort will supply the defect."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[168] 369 2, 167 | both excess and inordinate defect are a subject of ostentation."~ 370 2, 169 | unknowable, ~but on account of a defect in human knowledge; such 371 2, 171 | each case there may be a defect in the prophet's knowledge. 372 2, 173 | and not on account of any ~defect on the part of His intellect. 373 2, 183 | ought to make known his defect to the ~prelate who has 374 2, 183 | Sometimes on ~account of his own defect, either of conscience (for 375 2, 183 | is hindered through some defect in his subjects, whom he 376 2, 185 | the other from an external defect, thus it is disgraceful ~ 377 3, 1 | pain of loss, for He had no defect of either the beatific vision 378 3, 7 | secondly, what ~belongs to defect.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[7] Out. 379 3, 7 | nevertheless, it implies a certain ~defect with regard to that matter; 380 3, 7 | to that matter; and this defect was not in Christ. And ~ 381 3, 7 | their nature they imply no defect with regard to their ~matter.~ 382 3, 7 | defective by the subject's defect, but whatever ~belongs to 383 3, 14 | incorruptible and without any defect.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[14] A[ 384 3, 14 | inordinate eating; sometimes by a defect in the formative power. 385 3, 14 | indetractible, as implying no ~defect of knowledge or grace.~Aquin.: 386 3, 15 | not to have ~assumed the defect of sin. First, because sin 387 3, 15 | Christ nowise ~assumed the defect of sin - either original 388 3, 15 | inasmuch, also, as this defect cannot ~be ordained to satisfaction, 389 3, 15 | said to be ignorant through defect of knowledge. ~Now some 390 3, 16 | nature contains a kind of defect, as to suffer, to die, and ~ 391 3, 16 | the things pertaining to defect were attributed to God ~ 392 3, 34 | evil ~it is related as to a defect, and beside nature. Now, 393 3, 38 | Christ could not supply this defect. Secondly, because, when 394 3, 50 | Further, death is a greater defect than sickness, because it 395 3, 52 | God's glory was a general defect and common to all human ~ 396 3, 52 | which pertains to personal ~defect. Just as on the other hand, 397 3, 52 | but not from the ~common defect, as was stated above (A[ 398 3, 54 | wounds imply corruption and defect. Therefore it was not ~fitting 399 3, 54 | neither to ~corruption nor defect, but to the greater increase 400 3, 64 | is invalid: and that this defect in the case of ~children 401 3, 64 | have that ~intention, this defect is made good by their faith 402 3, 64 | Church by whose faith ~any defect in the minister's faith 403 3, 65 | intended as a remedy for the defect ~caused by sin. Now this 404 3, 65 | as a remedy against the defect caused by sin. For Baptism 405 3, 67 | contrition can supply the defect of the ~priestly absolution 406 3, 71 | remits sin, or supplies some defect in man. ~But those things 407 3, 79 | sacrament, it is due to a defect not on the part of Christ' 408 3, 81 | sacrament, not from any defect in the form of the words, 409 3, 83 | above (ad 4) with regard to defect in the matter, ~namely, 410 3, 86 | it cannot be, since every defect depends on its cause. Now ~ 411 3, 89 | for it restores every defect to a state of perfection." 412 3, 90 | results from each single ~defect," as Dionysius states (Div. 413 Suppl, 3 | punishment, and because bodily defect is more manifest than spiritual ~ 414 Suppl, 3 | manifest than spiritual ~defect, therefore even a man, who 415 Suppl, 4 | that ~in them excess and defect are not possible, as is 416 Suppl, 4 | passions can have excess and defect, both in ~intensity and 417 Suppl, 6 | itself, there should be any defect on his part. thus it ~is 418 Suppl, 8 | giving ~absolution, yet this defect is supplied by the High 419 Suppl, 12| which implies no malice, or defect of ~a due circumstance, 420 Suppl, 13| there be evidence of some defect in the ~penitent, either 421 Suppl, 20| sin has attached to it a ~defect of irregularity or a sentence 422 Suppl, 20| the angels there can be no defect by reason of which the ~ 423 Suppl, 35| directed to counteract the defect of ignorance. Now not sanctifying ~ 424 Suppl, 35| actions unless there be ~some defect on the part of matter. Now 425 Suppl, 35| Priest will supply the ~defect, and that He would not allow 426 Suppl, 39| his suffering a bodily ~defect.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[39] A[ 427 Suppl, 39| receiving Orders, if the defect be such as to cause a ~notable 428 Suppl, 43| to contract, and thus the defect of one is an ~obstacle to 429 Suppl, 49| one ~feels in himself a defect of the individual more than 430 Suppl, 49| the individual more than a defect of the ~species. Hence, 431 Suppl, 49| take food which supplies a ~defect of the individual, it is 432 Suppl, 49| enough that he feel this defect; but in ~order to entice 433 Suppl, 49| him to the act whereby a defect of the species is ~remedied, 434 Suppl, 49| naturally ashamed of any defect.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 435 Suppl, 51| knowledge, there follows a defect in the consent also, ~and 436 Suppl, 52| Coelo, ii, all corruption, defect, and ~old age are contrary 437 Suppl, 57| nature and supplies the defect of nature ~where nature 438 Suppl, 58| must have a fixed age ~by defect of which it is impeded.~ 439 Suppl, 58| but also on account of the defect of the reason, ~which is 440 Suppl, 63| may be incurred through a defect in a sacrament [*"Defectus ~ 441 Suppl, 63| Defectus ~sacramenti," i.e. defect of signification; Cf. A[ 442 Suppl, 63| And on account ~of this defect the blessing is omitted 443 Suppl, 63| blessed on account of the defect in the sacrament.~Aquin.: 444 Suppl, 63| in so far as there is a defect in the ~sacrament, but not 445 Suppl, 65| was ~founded without any defect, and consequently it is 446 Suppl, 66| others must suffer from no defect in the sacraments. Now there 447 Suppl, 66| sacraments. Now there is a ~defect in a sacrament when the 448 Suppl, 66| ever; and ~consequently no defect attaches to the sacrament.~ 449 Suppl, 66| is void there can be no defect in the sacrament. ~Now when 450 Suppl, 66| except on account of a defect in the sacrament, it would 451 Suppl, 66| virgin. For a man's own defect is a greater impediment 452 Suppl, 66| impediment to ~him than the defect of another. But if the man 453 Suppl, 66| of the wife, there is a defect of ~sacrament. There is, 454 Suppl, 66| irregularity is caused by a defect in the sacrament itself. 455 Suppl, 66| marriage, it causes no defect in the sacrament on the 456 Suppl, 66| corrupted, but it causes a defect in the other person, because 457 Suppl, 66| of a punishment, but the ~defect of a sacrament. Consequently 458 Suppl, 68| an inherent inseparable defect ~whereby it is opposed to 459 Suppl, 68| illegitimate child who ~has no such defect.~ 460 Suppl, 69| of glory by no personal ~defect but only by a defect of 461 Suppl, 69| personal ~defect but only by a defect of nature, so that this 462 Suppl, 69| is either on account of a defect of ~the person, and thus 463 Suppl, 69| else it is on account of a defect of nature, and thus we ~ 464 Suppl, 71| purpose. ~Nevertheless, this defect may be supplied by the greater 465 Suppl, 72| is not on account of any defect in God's power that He ~ 466 Suppl, 72| so it is not through any defect in His mercy, that we need 467 Suppl, 75| nature has incurred the defect of the necessity of ~death, 468 Suppl, 78| will rise again without any defect of human nature, ~because 469 Suppl, 78| founded human nature without a defect, even so will He ~restore 470 Suppl, 78| will He ~restore it without defect. Now human nature has a 471 Suppl, 78| human nature has a twofold defect. First, ~because it has 472 Suppl, 78| ultimate perfection. The first ~defect is found in children, the 473 Suppl, 78| will be in them, but the defect of old ~age will not be 474 Suppl, 78| power on account ~of some defect was unable to effect the 475 Suppl, 78| Divine power will supply the defect at the resurrection, ~as 476 Suppl, 78| human species. Nor will any ~defect result from sex as stated 477 Suppl, 78| is directed to supply the defect resulting from ~death, and 478 Suppl, 79| 1~OBJ 5: Further, actual defect is more inconsistent with 479 Suppl, 79| perfection than ~potential defect. But passibility denotes 480 Suppl, 79| denotes merely potential defect. Since ~then there will 481 Suppl, 79| perfect, and there is no defect in ~the instrument, no action 482 Suppl, 79| in so far as they imply a defect, but as signs of the ~most 483 Suppl, 80| subtlety removes is a kind of defect, for ~instance an inordinateness 484 Suppl, 80| and not on account of any defect ~of nature. For since fulness 485 Suppl, 81| to God ~alone. But this defect is not inconsistent with 486 Suppl, 81| glory, ~as neither is the defect whereby a creature is formed 487 Suppl, 83| nothing pertaining to the defect or unhappiness of ~the wicked 488 Suppl, 83| just as deformity is a defect of the passible body, so ~ 489 Suppl, 83| resurrection. Wherefore whatever ~defect or deformity was in the 490 Suppl, 83| when it is in ~excess or defect. Hence subdued colors and 491 Suppl, 88| But work here denotes a defect in relation to the term 492 Suppl, 88| he intends to have. This defect will be removed ~from the 493 Suppl, 89| understood ~by us is owing to our defect: wherefore that He be seen 494 Suppl, 89| ignorance is not a penalty but a defect. ~Nor is it necessary for 495 Suppl, 89| might say that it was a defect in Pope Linus that he did 496 Appen1, 1| shalt judge it." Now the defect transmitted to us ~through 497 Appen1, 2| worthless, since bodily defect, such as obtains at the ~ 498 Appen1, 2| granted that the aforesaid defect diminish concupiscence ~ 499 Appen2, 1| results from each single ~defect: whereas good arises from 500 Appen2, 1| Nom. iv, 4]. Hence each defect is an obstacle to the perfection


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